In the Almenevsky District, residents of populated areas are offered training in courses under the “Paramedic Assistant” project. The head physician of interdistrict hospital No. 7, Alexander Savin, told the villagers about the pilot project, the district administration reported.
“Announcing the pilot project “Paramedic Assistant” in the Almenevsky Municipal District, the chief physician of interdistrict hospital No. 7, Alexander Savin, held meetings with the population in the villages of Rybnoye, Chistoe and in the village of Yagodnoye. The goal of the new project is to cope with the shortage of health workers and provide residents of small settlements with the necessary specialists,” the district administration said in a statement.
Paramedic assistants will be trained remotely; the program lasts two months. Upon completion of the course, students will receive a certificate “Junior Nursing Nurse”. The training is free; medical organizations will cover the costs. Based on the decision of the meetings, a candidate will be selected for training under the program.
Earlier, URA.RU wrote that residents of the Almenevsky district are worried about the closure of a clinical laboratory in a local hospital. The activists planned to hold a public gathering. The Department of Health explained that the Almenevskaya hospital (a branch of interdistrict hospital No. 7) will have a blood collection room and an emergency laboratory. Materials that require deeper research will be sent to the Shumikha Hospital.